While being a book blogger is a great way to share our love of books, we must also take stock of our roles as readers and creators. I share with you what I consider my responsibilities as a book blogger and a reader to maintain ethical blogging standards.
Posts by Ritu (bohemianbibliophile) :
As an avid audiobook listener, I share with you a list of my favorite narrators and recommendations for what I consider their best works. Voices that bring books to life.
Taking a leaf out of Daniel Pennac’s book, The Rights of the Reader, I share with you my Bill of Rights as a book blogger. Some controversial, some evident. All in all, principles I believe in as a book blogger.
Books have the power to heal. Join me as I take you on a personal journey. How books have supported me during the darkest phases of my life. How they have helped improve my emotional well-being over the decades. And how they provide solace when my body is in rebel mode.
Hello Fall! Now that the festive season is almost here, it’s time to look forward to the best time of the year. September has been quite eventful but a good reading month too. As always, quality over quantity. I am back with another reading update with some excellent recommendations you should pick up.
A celebration of food memories. A deeply personal journey. An attempt to preserve long-lost recipes. Books steeped in nostalgia that both educate and entertain. I share some food memoirs by culinary writers, connoisseurs, and authors. Books that go beyond ingredients and techniques to the history of their beloved food.
True to its name, The Book of (More) Delights by Ross Gay is truly a delight to read. Consider it a book to turn to when you are having a bad day. To be comforted and affirm joy.
Books and food. There is no better combination. As I launch the On the Spice Trail series, here are some books that will change your perceptions of Indian food, bust some myths, answer some long-standing questions, and above all, impact the way you eat.
Hello September! Hope you had a great summer with some interesting books to read. This year for me has been all about tackling the backlist. Read on as I share what I have read in the last three months.
As an army kid, I have had access to numerous libraries. But some will always have a special place in my heart. Read on as I celebrate the libraries that have shaped the reader I am.